To make sure we provide information you are interested in, when you're interested in it, if there are stretches of
updates you don't open, we'll automatically decrease the frequency of the updates you receive. If you like the updates,
you just need to open them to keep receiving them.
You already have a saved search with that name. If you save, you will overwrite the existing saved search. Are you sure?
Halloween is almost here, and I want to share a few safety tips.
This holiday is great for the whole family. I know, personally, that my family always has a lot of fun around this time of year. With that being said, there are a few things you should do to prepare your home before any trick-or-treaters come knocking at your door.
First of all, be aware of decorations that might be trip hazards in your yard, by your door, or on your front porch. Also, opt for electric candles inside your jack-o’-lanterns to avoid fires if they are knocked over.
To help prevent some of these dangers, make sure pathways are well-lit. This path should allow children and their parents to travel safely to your front door and back.
"Make sure you have plenty of candy!"
Additionally, remember to remove or hide any valuable or breakable items. This will prevent any costly damages.
And of course, you want to make sure that you have plenty of candy. I know many people tend to run out as the evening goes on, but this can be avoided with proper preparation. If you have an active neighborhood, try to have enough treats to go around.
Finally, remember to have some fun, yourself. Enjoy the evening and dress up. This will make things more festive and fun for you and the trick-or-treaters.
If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give me a call or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you soon.